Boosting military ties is an important part of the Vietnam-China comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership and is being consolidated and promoted, contributing to regional peace, stability and development.
Minister of National Defence General Phung Quang Thanh made the affirmation when meeting his Chinese counterpart Senior Lieutenant General Liang Guanglie in Beijing on April 22.
Vietnam attaches importance to friendship and comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership with China and is pleased to see that China has overcome the impacts of the global economic crisis, maintaining political stability and a developed economy, he said.
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